Here, you’ll find important consumer information about Baker College, including our academic programs, retention rates, financial aid, campus security, and more.
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact us so that we can provide whatever information or assistance you need.
The Baker College Student Handbook includes:
Information about our accreditation approval and licensure of our institution and programs is available online.
Baker College information on student body diversity, enrollment, class average size, persistence rates, retention rates, etc., is available by clicking the following links:
To view our institution’s contract with BankMobile, a Division of Customers Bank, click here.
All Baker College facilities compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Special Needs/Disability Services is one of many programs provided through the Academic Advising Department to support persons with disabilities and provide them with opportunity for access. Students must provide the college with documentation in order to receive Special Needs/Disability Services. Please contact your Campus OneStop Department for further information.
Baker College complies with the spirit and requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to effectively participate in, and enjoy the benefits of, a service, program, course, web accessibility, employment, or activity conducted by the College is outlined in the Web Accessibility Policy.
If any person, student, prospective students, guests, visitors, etc., believes that Baker College has inadequately applied the principles and/or regulations of the Americans with Disabilities Act as it relates to accessibility of online content, please direct concerns, questions, and/or grievances to:
To see a listing of our experienced and dedicated 2019 - 2020 faculty members, please click here.
Information on federal financial aid penalties for drug law violations is available in the Baker College Student Handbook.
Student right-to-know graduation rates consist of first-time, full-time students who began certificate, associate, or bachelor degree programs at Baker College each fall. These statistics are representative of only part of the student body. Many Baker College students transfer from other colleges and universities. A large percentage of Baker students are part-time rather than full-time students. Length of time to graduation and withdrawals are influenced by a variety of factors. Some students who begin their college careers as full-time students drop to part-time status as they balance college, family, and work. Many students “stop out” of college for a semester or two. This extends the time for completion of their programs. Some students, particularly older, working students, withdraw from college once their career objectives have been met.
Students can also visit the College Navigator for any additional information for each Baker College campus.
Information about our facilities at each campus is available online.
The policy of Baker College is to have admitted students and staff complete a FERPA tutorial at least once a year. If you are not a student or staff member and would like detailed FERPA information, please access our Baker College Student Handbook for information.
Federal regulations require colleges and universities to monitor each student’s academic progress to ensure that they are progressing toward graduation. Students must maintain specific Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards to remain eligible for future financial aid assistance. The undergraduate and graduate SAP rules are available in the One Stop Portal on My Baker.
Students have the right to file a formal complaint about College matters if they believe their rights have been violated. To view our institution’s complaint process, click here.
Baker College participates in the Federal Direct Student Loan program. The following consumer information is available on our Loan Information page:
Federal Cohort Default Rate: The federal cohort default rate is the percentage of a school's borrowers who enter repayment during a particular federal fiscal year, October 1 to September 30, and default or meet other specified conditions prior to the end of the second following fiscal year. Baker College contracts with Inceptia to provide students with additional loan repayment advising, support and guidance. Our 2015 Official Cohort Default Rate is 16 Percent.
To review Baker College’s Affirmative Action Statement and Diversity Policy click here.
Baker College students may be required to provide documented proof of immunizations and/or titers, current tuberculosis test results, and other screenings pertinent to their chosen career field. In addition, some students must submit a completed health information form documenting immunization history and currency, including TB status and Hepatitis B prior to beginning clinical courses. The student must absorb the cost of vaccinations. Currently, vaccinations are limited to the Baker College Health Science Programs.
Contact us today to speak with a
Baker admissions expert.